Rebecca is proud to be a visually impaired writer and half-Filipino clergywoman.
She is an ordained elder serving full time in pastoral ministry and the chair of the Disability
Ministries Task Force of the Susquehanna Conference. After earning her degree in English
Education, Rebecca attended Wesley Theological Seminary. She graduated in 2011 with her
Master of Divinity. During her time in seminary, Rebeca served as a pastoral intern at the
General Board of Church and Society in Washington, D.C. She has been recognized as an
emerging young leader by Path 1 Ministries.
Rebecca’s writing focuses on the intersection of faith, disability, gender, and social justice. Her work has been appeared in Sacramental Life, Hacking Christianity, United Methodist Insight,
and Keys for Kids. Rebecca’s poetry has been published by several small literary journals and her first chapbook, Through My Good Eye: A Memoir in Verse, was published in 2018.
Her upcoming book, Hope for the Broken: Using the Art of Writing to Find God’s Grace is a spiritual memoir and an interactive experience that invites the reader to get involved. It is a combination of a self-help book and a personal memoir, and it features Rebecca’s diverse voice.
You can find her @BeckieWrites and BeckieWrites.com
Releasing February 23, 2021